Domain Locking: Do you?

Dreamhost sent me their usual newsletter and in it I noticed this: But how? Doesn’t a registrar have to get explicit permission via email to transfer a domain to themselves? ‘Tis true! But somehow, scammers like “Domain Registry of America” … get thousands of people to switch their registrations to them every single month. Which is why we… Read More »

December 2006: Scorecard

Well here are the results for December 2006. I’m still working on the form for the information, but I’ll present it now and tidy it up later. Payperpost $212.17 52.92% Google $7.53 1.88% ReviewME $15.00 3.74% Blogitive $5.00 1.25% Adlinks $13.32 3.32% Stockbroker $74.67 8.63% Hosting $61.54 15.35% Bank A/C Interest $11.66 2.91% Total $400.89 33.41% So, overall,… Read More »

Mess, Glorious Mess!

Saying Yes to Mess – New York Times IT is a truism of American life that we’re too darn messy, or we think we are, and we feel really bad about it. Our desks and dining room tables are awash with paper; our closets are bursting with clothes and sports equipment and old files; our laundry areas boil;… Read More »

Our Feed isn’t working well, right now!

I’m having problems with the Feedburner feed. I’ll try and fix it this weekend! Apologies. There is an issue that must be addressed with your source feed for the feed “InvestorBlogger” The URL you entered does not appear to be a valid feed. We encountered the following problem: Error on line 95: The element type “br” must be… Read More »

Great Tips #3: Maintain your plugins

Actually, because I had a little time to spend surfing over the New Year period, I came across these excellent suggestions “Check your Plugins this New Year“. While WordPress is self sufficient to run as a system for a novice blogger, the more advanced bloggers like to enhance its functionality using Plugins. There are already a few hundred,… Read More »

Great Tips #4: Related Posts Plugin

I was recently taking a look at my stats for the blog. I noticed that my visitors were only reading one page or so, I recalled that I had at an earlier point had a better rate, but it had dropped to only about 1.13 pages per visitor. I couldn’t figure out why because I had installed it,… Read More »

Payperpost: can it juice its Performancing even more?

Payperpost recently had a major announcement about its company. Payperpost is involved in blog advertising and has recently had a string of successes, including $3 million investment in its future. The latest news is that it has picked up the major assets of Performancing.com: including the metrics technology, the classified ads system, plus one or two other assets.… Read More »